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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf hails 'milestone' as UN peacekeepers leave Liberia

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IN THE PAPERS

The 'Brexecution' of Boris Johnson

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IN THE PAPERS

State of British Politics 'Worse than Shakespeare'

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

From London to Abu Dhabi: How Brexit sent shockwaves across the world

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BUSINESS DAILY

Carney: UK suffering from 'economic post-traumatic stress'

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ACROSS AFRICA

Liberia UNMIL mission: Peacekeepers prepare to hand over to government

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MEDIAWATCH

Boris Backs Out After Brexit

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EYE ON AFRICA

DRC elections: Kabila says poll will go ahead

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THE DEBATE

Chaos at Westminster: UK's post-Brexit leadership battle (part 1)

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Africa

LIVE: Egyptians head back to work amid protests

Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2011-02-06

Cairo was much calmer Sunday as workers went back to their jobs, while protests continued in Liberation Square and the powerful Muslim Brotherhood began talks with the government for the first time.

Date created : 2011-02-06

  • EGYPT

    Gamal Mubarak among leaders in Egyptian ruling party mass resignation

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  • EGYPT

    From renditions to mediations: The spy who broke out of the mould

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